The Dunwoody High School football program needs some IMMEDIATE UPGRADES technologically. Our goal is to be on a competitive level with our opponents and to give our players the best opportunities for success and accomplishment! Thank you for your help!
Click http://www.gofundme.com/n8vs18 or on the “gofundme” icon below to donate to the DHS football team.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, PCMS Drama’s presentation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast has been rescheduled from Friday and Saturday, February 27 and 28 to Thursday and Friday, March 26 and 27.
All tickets purchased for the shows are automatically being transferred to the new dates. Tickets purchased for Friday, February 27 are now valid for Thursday, March 26. Tickets purchased for Saturday, February 28 are now valid for Friday, March 27.
If you can attend the new date, you do not need to do anything. The tickets will be transferred for the new date. Read More »
Recently my mom, my brother and I stopped by this Asian inspired burger restaurant, and we all left satisfied. Having no particular “famous” burger to choose from, we all decided to try different ones. I had the “Kimcheese” burger, my Mom the “Saigon” burger, and my brother the “Aloha” burger. Although they were three very different burgers, we all liked our burgers equally. They definitely weren’t the best burgers we’d ever had, but still very tasty and worth the trip. My brother and I also decided to try their bubble tea, which was not very good. Stick to the burgers. Although my Mom wanted me to tell you that she loved the lotus chips.
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2072 Defoors Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
41 Perimeter Center East Dunwoody, GA. (Dunwoody Police Department)
Have you ever wondered what law enforcement really is and wanted to get an idea of what it really entails? Law Enforcement Exploring is a great way to investigate this career opportunity. Exploring is a structured program promoting integrity, leadership and teamwork. Exploring is open to boys and girls, ages 14 to 21, which have completed the 8th grade.
Following nearly 15 months of construction and a vision that dates back to 2007, a lot that once housed trailers used for a private high school on Womack Road is now home to Berman Commons, a 90-unit assisted living and memory care community. Welcoming residents from all religious and ethnic backgrounds, Berman Commons is a locally based operation, managed by Jewish Home Life Communities (JHLC), a non-profit organization which has been caring for seniors since 1951.
Welcoming the public to attend, the grand opening of Berman Commons on Sunday, March 8, from 2:30 to 4:30 PM, celebrates a Read More »
Mall owner General Growth Properties Inc. (NYSE: GGP) this week plans to embark on phase one of a multi-million-dollar renovation at the circa-1971 property.
Initial work, which should be complete by the holiday season, will focus on improving the interior of Perimeter Mall in the wing that includes Nordstrom and Von Maur department stores.
Upgrades will include (continue reading at The Atlanta Business Chronicle)
The Daffodil Dash is a 1mile & 5K Run/Walk in memory of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust. This race raises awareness and funds for Holocaust Education and for children suffering in humanitarian crises in the world today. Proceeds benefit Am Yisrael Chai!, a non-profit Holocaust Education and Awareness organization, as well as “Kids for Kids”, “Raising South Sudan” and “Agahozo Shalom”, organizations helping children and families in remote villages in Darfur, South Sudan and Rwanda. Read More »
Please support the Dunwoody United Methodist Church Preschool by attending the 22nd Annual Ice Cream Social & Silent Auction on Sunday, March 29 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall! The event provides a fun-filled afternoon for families with entertainment by Miss Gail of Miss Gail and the Jumpin Jam Band, ice cream from Blue Bell Ice Cream, and the all-important silent auction. Big ticket items in the auction this year include prime seating for the Hawks, suite tickets and a parking pass for Barry Manilow at Gwinnett, Top Golf, 30-yard line tickets and parking pass for Tech/Clemson, a birthday party with Miss Gail, Dunwoody Police Chief for the Day, and a Chef’s Wine Pairing at the Capital Grille. Funds raised help the Preschool grow and improve its programs. The cost is $5 per person or a maximum of $20 per family. Read More »